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Old 04-25-2016, 08:07 AM   #1
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Reusing ceiling and wall panrls.?

How much, if any, of the metal from ceiling and wall panels did you reuse? If you did, what did you use it for?
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How much, if any, of the metal from ceiling and wall panels did you reuse? If you did, what did you use it for?
I kept the interior front cap for a template, junked all but two pieces that I'm using for firewood storage.
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I kept the interior front cap for a template, junked all but two pieces that I'm using for firewood storage.

I did the same, minus the firewood covers....... It makes it easy to get those curves on the front and back plates without wasting time and cardboard!
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